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Presentation given at CCUMC Buffalo, 2010.
2. Context 3. Overview World leader in medical research and training Emphasis on multi-disciplinary research Curriculum that melds the study of basic science and the clinical practice of medicine 4. Basic Facts Medical School Students: 400 Students in 5+ years Graduate Students: 820 Postdoctoral Scholars & Clinical Fellows: 1418 Undergraduate & graduate students outside the SoM served by the school: 628 Faculty: Practicing clinicians and researchers 5. Culture of Capture 1980s - Capture on VHS - available for checkout 1998 - Streaming REAL media 2007 - REAL downloadable 2008 - H.264/.MP4 downloadable 6. Curriculum Changes Move to fewer lectures More small group and team-based learning More integrated approach - move away from discipline based courses We still capture a lot! 7. Internal Drivers 8. Accreditation Shift to measurable outcomes Proven skill-based competencies Curriculum tracking (database) 9. Off Campus Growth Moving research departments Moving clinical departments Distribute content beyond MD curriculum 10. Video Beyond Lectures Public web video increasing Requests for special video People creating their own videos (teaching and research) Students self-capturing for skills documentations 11. SoM Technology Trends Mobility 80% of student population reports regularly using portable media device 75% have phones capable of playing media Median time spent on laptop 6-8 hours daily Stanford School of Medicine. January 2009. Student Technology Ownership and Use Survey 12. Quality & Formats Student/Faculty expectations Mobile devices to HD screens Stanford School of Medicine. January 2009. Student Technology Ownership and Use Survey 13. New Building Li Ka Shing Center for Learning and Knowledge Intersection between School of Medicine, Hospitals Computer Science, Engineering 14. External Drivers 15. Storage Cheaper, faster, bigger Cloud storage 16. Capture & Encoding Hardware Cheaper, faster Efciency Video quality 17. Mobile Capture Hardware Smaller, cheaper, faster Mobile consumer hardware Students can & will capture lecture themselves 18. Distribution Channels Home grown solutions Custom applications Learning Management Systems iTunesU Youtube 19. OpenCast Podcast Producer MediaCore Open Communities 20. Policy & Conversations 21. Listen to faculty concerns Engage in OPEN dialogue Partner with University Council Education and Discussion 22. Releases and Rights University media release Stanford School of Medicine release Creative Commons Licensing 23. Student Responsibility Cover all course materials (electronic and hard copy) Provide students with more exibility to access course materials Clarify policy on student sharing of course materials Address faculty concerns regarding redistribution of content 24. Content Access & Appropriate Use Stanford University School of Medicine course materials are intended for curriculum and course related purposes and are copyrighted by the University. Appropriate access to this content is given for personal academic study and review purposes only. Unless otherwise stated in writing, this content may not be shared, distributed, modied, transmitted, reused, sold, or otherwise disseminated. 25. Content Access & Appropriate Use These materials may also be protected by additional copyright; any further use of this material may be in violation of federal copyright law. Violators of this policy will be referred to the Committee on Professionalism, Performance and Promotion for disciplinary purposes. 26. How long to keep? Who decides? Retrieval Archiving Policy 27. MediaFlow 28. MediaFlow 29. MediaFlow Goals Automate the capture of all core classes and events Consolidate event data Video from anywhere to anywhere 5pm same day deadline for delivery of all media Modular systems design 30. System Architecture Anywhere to anywhere Decoupled systems Plan for and accept obsolescence 31. Two years of design/prototyping 500+ hardware components Eight miles AV ber MediaFlow - Core AV 32. 16 Apple XServe cluster 220Ghz processing power 44TB SAN storage MediaFlow - Core IT 33. Custom/Podcast Producer Distribution YouTube Shared Storage Custom/Xgrid iTunesU Primary Master Camera External Fiber Encoders Sakai RSS/ATOM Fiber Channel AV Fiber Internal 34. MediaFlow - Core IT Preight Archive Original Text2Speech Add Watermark Generate Bumpers Merge Movies without transitions Encode for iPod Audio Encode for High QualityVideo Encode for iPod Video Encode for High QualityVideo Generate ChaptersGenerate Chapters OCR Chapters Add Chapters Merge Movies with Transitions 35. Front-end metadata capture for course administrators Java, Tomcat, Oracle MediaFlow - Maestro 36. Link between Maestro and core systems Provides data for digital signs Provides delay/start/stop/extend/ag functionality Collaboration with Apple Java, Tomcat, MySQL MediaFlow - MediaFlowProxy 37. Interface between MFP and network encoders Collaboration between Stanford and Telestream Objective C, C++, C MediaFlow - StreamGrabber 38. H.264, MP4 wrapper Three different video types Playable on computer, mobile devices Output all Open and proprietary formats simultaneously (WebM, Theora) MediaFlow - Video Output 39. Content Page 40. MediaFlow - Media Asset Management Automated ingestion of assets Automated tagging of assets Multiple levels of categorization All metadata lives with asset 41. Maestro Design Process 42. Designing Maestro Use cases Flow diagrams UI wireframes (whiteboard, Omnigrafe) Iterations based on feedback from users 43. Maestro QA Team of four student QA Testers Developed test cases based on specications Tested every test case on new features Fogbugz for case tracking Google Doc for test cases 44. Plan for obsolescence Decoupled systems Vibrant lecture capture community Long term relationship Lessons Learned 45. Whats Next Open Source all code/documentation Provide lessons learned to community Provide policies Planning version 2.0